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One Liners: The 1975, Ava Max, McFly, more

By | Published on Friday 2 September 2022

The 1975


The 1975 have released new single, ‘I’m In Love With You’, and announced UK and Ireland tour dates in January, including a night at the O2 in London on 12 Jan. Their new album, ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’, is out on 14 Oct.

Ava Max has released new single, ‘Million Dollar Baby’. The track is taken from her new album, ‘Diamonds & Dancefloors’, which is set for release on 27 Jan.

McFly have released new single ‘Nothing Rhymes With Sausage’, taken from the soundtrack album to Tom Fletcher’s new children’s book, ‘Space Band’.

Balming Tiger have released new single ‘Sexy Nukim’, featuring RM from BTS. “The theme of the song is that the artist’s ‘sexiness’ is not something that can be bought with money, and the track contains a mind set that wants to be ‘one and only’ with their unique personality, not just pursuing material things”, say the group. “Balming Tiger wants to show the world ‘Asian Sexy’ and ‘Asian Cool’ through music and videos of their new songs”.

Kali Uchis has released new single ‘No Hay Ley’.

Flohio has released new single ‘Higher’. Her debut album, ‘Out Of Heart’, is set for release on 7 Oct.

Shygirl has released new single, ‘Nike’. Her debut album, ‘Nymph’, is out on 30 Sep. She will play Metropolis in London on 2 Oct, followed by shows at Printworks in London and Manchester’s Albert Hall in December.

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs has released new single ‘When The Lights Go Out’. He’ll play New Century in Manchester on 15 Oct and Heaven in London on 18 Oct.

Swim Deep have released new single ‘Little Blue’. The band will be touring in November, finishing with a show at The Garage in London on 30 Nov.

Blawan and Pariah – who have previously worked together as Karenn – have announced new project Persher. Their debut album, ‘Man With The Magic Soap’, will be out on 21 Oct, featuring a heavier sound than their earlier work together. Listen to the title track here.

Skalpel will release new album ‘Origins’ on 4 Nov. “This album is a kind of prequel”, say the duo. “We return to the music of the 90s that we had listened to and that inspired us before we discovered the potential of jazz sounds. Nostalgia mixed with the desire to update those ideas gives the music a contemporary sound. At the same time, this is an eyewitness and earwitness testimony of one of the most interesting chapters in the history of electronic music”. Here’s new single ‘Why Not Jungle’.



Cannibal Corse will be in the UK for five shows next April, including a performance at the Kentish Town Forum on 22 Apr.



GRM Daily’s Rated Awards will return this October and this year will be broadcast on E4. Dave leads the nominations with six nods. Public voting for the overall winners is open now.

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